Attorney in Northampton
Attorney Astor has been a practicing attorney in Northampton, Massachusetts for over 38 years, focusing his practice on the representation of individuals in the areas of personal injury and criminal defense.
Law Offices of Robert H. Astor
241 King St #217, Northampton, MA 01060
89J8+7M Northampton, Massachusetts
He has served on continuing legal education panels in the areas of criminal defense, personal injury, presentation of evidence, medical malpractice, and the handling of mediation and arbitration claims.
Attorney Astor is AV-rated by his peers (the highest ranking available) and is well reviewed by former clients.
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You say that you were hurt, however, the insurance provider has actually used to pay your medical expenses and you do not feel it is best to take advantage of them by requesting extra cash for your, discomfort, suffering, lost work, and so on. Don't you feel that you as a person deserve something? Do you think so little of yourself that you feel that your discomfort, suffering, inconvenience, etc. is useless. You did not trigger this accident. What you are going through was triggered by someone else. You should have to be compensated. The insurance provider, as a matter of great service, has currently developed these kinds of costs into the premiums that they charge their customers. If the money does not go to you it will most likely go to their investors or to increased incomes or?. Why shouldn't you be appropriately compensated. Keep in mind most good attorneys are ethical and although they will attempt to obtain as much money for you as is due, they will not take your case unless they feel that it appertains.